Category Archives: PT

Delay Cutting Umbilical Cord Two Minutes for Better Newborn Development

[Source:  Science Daily] A study conducted by University of Granada scientists (from the Physiology, Obstetrics and Gynaecology Departments) and from the San Cecilio Clinical Hospital (Granada) has demonstrated that delaying the cutting of the umbilical cord in newborns by two … Continue reading

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Effectiveness Of Cerebral Palsy Treatment Weighed

[Source: Disability Scoop] A child with cerebral palsy can have a surgery in which a muscle is disconnected from the front of the knee and reattached to the back of the leg. The surgery could improve the child’s mobility by … Continue reading

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The Safe Lifting Portal – Therapy Resource of the Week

[Source: The Safe Lifting Portal] Did you know that physical therapists, occupational therapists, and other rehabilitation practitioners are just as susceptible to musculoskeletal injuries as RNs and patient caregivers? The Safe Lifting Portal encourages Physical Therapists and Occupational Therapists to … Continue reading

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PT Corner: Should You ‘Walk’ Babies?

by Stacy Menz, DPT, DPT, Board Certified Pediatric Clinical Specialist We have had some families bring this article, 9 Reasons Not to Walk Babies, to our attention.  It was generally a response to some of the things we were working on in … Continue reading

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Career Corner: New Grads – Pacing Your First Year of Work

Teresa Roberts, MS, CCC-SLP Your career is a marathon – not a sprint. Perhaps you are still operating at the breakneck pace of graduate school, completing one activity as fast as you can before moving on to the next task. … Continue reading

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